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Jess Murphy, centre, of Kai, Galway with Eugene and Ronan Greaney of The Dough Bros

I don’t like pizzas that stray too far from their roots. And I’m not talking pineapple. While it would never make it into my four toppings of choice, (...)

Build Your Own Tiny Galway: the card is propped up at home. I want to walk through the streets of the real one again. Photograph: Anke Eckardt/tinyireland.ie

It’s propped up on a shelf in my living room, still unopened. Sealed in cellophane is a large greeting card, but it’s also something else. It’s a card(...)

The Punchestown Festival takes place from April 27th to May 1st. Photograph: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

No interference with racing is anticipated at either Punchestown or Galway racecourses after both were confirmed among 37 nationwide vaccination centr(...)

Suzanne Moloney, founder of HidraMed Solutions, was the overall winner of The Irish Times Innovation Awards 2020.

The Irish Times Innovation Awards are now in their 11th year and, due to the Covid-19 restrictions, they were presented at a virtual ceremony on The I(...)

Oranmore-based Neurent   stand on the cusp of breaking into a multibillion dollar market  with their runny nose treatment. Photograph: iStock

Raising $25 million (€20.6 million) for a cure to runny noses is impressive. But the bigger news for Oranmore-based Neurent is that they stand on the (...)

Neurent Medical founders David Townley (left) and Brian Shields with their Neuromark system.

A Galway medtech company on the verge of securing US approval for a device to provide relief for people suffering from a chronic runny nose has raised(...)

To get nutrition into your diet during cold winter nights, try a warm tuna salad with baby potatoes and green beans. Photograph: iStock

January is a time synonymous with healthy eating when we all turn away from those food stuffs that we deem unhealthy. Now, as we all know, food is nei(...)

Joe Madden, Enterprise Ireland in-company R&D supports manager. Photograph: Shane O’Neill, SON Photographic

The Covid-19 pandemic hasn’t put a dampener on innovation activity in Irish companies – if demand for Enterprise Ireland’s Agile Innovation Fund is an(...)

What to do with celery? Photograph: iStock

Instead of spending days in laboratories trying to chemically extract and enhance vegetables and plants to taste and look like meat, I suggest we get (...)

Chanelle founder and chief executive Michael Burke will continue to lead the company’s R&D strategy. Photograph: Michael Dillon

Chanelle Pharma has started a search for a new chief executive to succeed founder Michael Burke. Mr Burke, who has run the business since he founded(...)

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